The number of unemployed veterans in our country today is simply unacceptable. Any man or woman who served bravely for our freedoms should not be homeless and jobless. Thankfully, the US Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) has addressed this issue with the enactment of the Homeless Veterans Community Employment Services... 
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More seniors than ever are joining their children and grandchildren on Facebook. Seniors tend to lag behind younger people in their use of technology, and the use of social media is no exception ­— but the gap is closing. A recent study by the Pew Research Center found that social media usage among Americans 65... 
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by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Introduction Housing for an individual with disabilities is a major concern. The purchase of a residence is a very important decision involving a number of factors. This is particularly true where the individual is receiving means-tested public benefits such as Supplemental Security... 
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When two parties are unable to sort out their differences and live together while barely tolerating each other’s presence, the best option for such a couple is to look towards the solution of divorce. Orange County divorce is the name given to the method of divorce after separation of two spouses. Divorce tends to... 
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A prenuptial agreement is an agreement that is meant to work out financial terms and post marital expectations as well as to preserve both party’s assets as separate property.  The role of prenuptial agreements has increased in the past few years with more and more people trying to protect their assets legally. Prenuptial... 
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From www.healthcaredive.com  Researchers at Atlanta-based Barnes Healthcare Services recently conducted a study to see if a patient management program that included non-invasive ventilators and in-home care would reduce readmission rates for patients with COPD. The study, which was co-authored and funded by Royal... 
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A criminal charge involves a criminal complaint, or an “accusatory instrument,” which is the papers filed that accuse someone of committing a crime. There are two delineating criteria factored into considering if a criminal complaint is to be used in a case. One factor looks at whether state or federal laws were... 
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Sixty-two Michigan veterans got the chance to visit the World War II Memorial when the Mid-Michigan Honor Flight flew them to Washington, D.C. on June 2. It was the Mid-Michigan Honor Flight’s third flight to Washington in what marks the tenth year of the free trip in Michigan. It allowed some of the state’s 660,000... 
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Rejection is something we all fear on many levels. But if you sell insurance for a living, rejection is something you should get used to. You may not like it, but it comes with the territory. And here is another thing to remember. Rejection may not mean they never want insurance. It may mean they do not want insurance... 
Continue Comments Off on Get used to rejection: It happens Rejection is something we all fear on many levels. But if you sell insurance for a living, rejection is something you should get used to. You may not like it, but it comes with the territory. And here is another thing to remember. Rejection may not mean they never want insurance. It may mean they do not want insurance right now. Keep in touch. Offer information. Answer questions if asked. Send valuable material. The rejection today often turns into the sale of tomorrow provided you do due diligence and do not give up. Respect rejection. Work with it. Work around it. If you take it in stride, you get used to it. Besides, chances are you have also rejected something you did not want at the time you were asked. It just happens. Eventually, those who need insurance are bound to ask you about it, since you were the point of connection to information and pricing. And if someone still does not want insurance, do not be discouraged, there are countless others who do.
I’ve heard bad ideas, but this might be the worst — letting teenagers drive trucks across the country. The trucking industry is currently pushing legislation that would allow drivers as young as 18 years old to drive trucks in interstate commerce — across state lines. I don’t have anything against... 
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